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... hike of the journey - trekking 6 hours up the steep volcano for sunrise. However once at the start of the trail the wind, lightning and rain made even getting out of the van dangerous, so the hike was cancelled and the grumpy seven of us went back to the hotel. Adding to our misery we couldn't get back in the main door and were stood in the pouring rain for an hour before someone finally let us in, having woken up the majority of the hotel. Getting back to bed at 4.30am, ...
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Moreover, the election campaigns and the election itself will be taking place during increased insecurity in the country, influenced by cultural, social and economic factors. After the signing of the Peace Treaty in 1996, gross domestic product has expanded very slowly, too slow to raise the living standards for the more than 70% population living in poverty. Large parts of Guatemala’s indigenous population (around 50% ...
Up at 8am for an 8 hour bus to Semuc Champey in the North of Guatemala. Were doing a lot of travelling in a short space of time but your best off biting the bullet and getting up and going instead of feeling sorry for yourself. Realistically you get to do this sort of thing once in your life so you might as well get about it even if you feel like a bag of ****. To tell the truth at this stage were pretty much immune to the long bus journeys and we know full well what to expect. ...
... up we saw there were four successful kites flying high in the air. This really was a unique and fun experience. When we made it back to the meeting point I was happy to learn that we weren't going to miss out on seeing the larger kites being flown since it wasn't even going to be attempted. Sometimes, if the weather conditions are perfect for it, the kites are prepared with harnesses and many people to join in the attempt of flying them.
... at a cafe on the main square in Antigua, we set off in the minibus on our hour long trip to the summit. I put my backpack on as I left the bus, and we started the first bit of the hike...
...literally 3 minutes later, and I was seriously gasping for breath. The combination of the steep incline, the gravelly surface, the altitude we were already at, and the weight of my pack hit me hard. The first rest point was about 15 minutes away, in a big field. I'd already had about 3 ...